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Bloomington, Indiana renames Good Friday, Columbus Day in name of ‘inclusivity’, ‘diversity’

21 Nov

Incredible.

The US city of Bloomington in Indiana has renamed Good Friday and Columbus Day as “Spring Holiday” and “Fall Holiday” to be more “inclusive”.

Mayor John Hamilton said the move would “better reflect cultural sensitivity in the workplace”, local media said.

[…]

The change was announced on Friday by Mr Hamilton in a memo to city employees.

“We are terrifically proud of our diverse workforce at the city,” he wrote, according to the Herald-Times.

“That diversity makes us stronger and more representative of the public we proudly serve. These updated names for two days of well-merited time off is another way we can demonstrate our commitment to inclusivity.”

Their renaming Columbus Day is no surprise, as progs have been attacking it for years.

Attacking Good Friday, though, is like the War on Christmas, or Easter, or Thanksgiving, in that it isn’t merely an attack on a Western cultural festival (e.g. like Halloween), but is an attack on a Christian religious festival.

Seems progs want to double down on the culture war, in the wake of the Donald’s election.

Oh well; bring it! They are only hastening the day of reaction, and their ultimate defeat, the fools. 🙂

“Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and you perish in the way, for his wrath is quickly kindled.” – Psalm 2:12

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13 responses to “Bloomington, Indiana renames Good Friday, Columbus Day in name of ‘inclusivity’, ‘diversity’

  1. Socially Extinct

    November 21, 2016 at 5:31 am

    Bloomington, Indiana? WTF…how “diverse” can it even be there??

     
    • Carnivore

      November 21, 2016 at 6:18 am

      Per the 2010 census, about 80,000 people with 83% being white. But, it’s the home of Indiana University – that’s the clue. Here’s the cuck:

       
    • Will S.

      November 22, 2016 at 11:39 am

      I don’t know anything about there, but given Carnivore’s explanation, it makes sense why they’d be like this.

       
  2. Cecil Henry

    November 21, 2016 at 9:06 am

    This talk about “oppressed minorities” dissimulates the very real disenfranchisement of the White majority, of non-white meritorious and integrated Westerners, and serves to deny us from our rights to public empathy, to dignity, or to even basically survive in a world of our own.

    Is it really plausible that the leaders of dozens of White nations have adopted similar policies antithetical to the long-term survival of their own peoples, yet none of them knew what they are doing?

     
    • Will S.

      November 22, 2016 at 11:40 am

      They either don’t know, or don’t care, or outright dislike their own kind.

       
  3. feeriker

    November 21, 2016 at 10:54 am

    But, it’s the home of Indiana University – that’s the clue.

    That’s the cause. Bloomington is the Berkeley of the American Midwest, an island of Prog/Marxist depravity surrounded by traditional Midwestern rural conservatism. I know many Hoosiers who want see that city quarantined from the rest of the state. For many years, the city had a mayor who was openly gay and who was married to a lesbian (they guy said that their marriage was “for purely economic reasons”). So no, this article comes as no surprise whatsoever.

     
    • Will S.

      November 22, 2016 at 11:41 am

      Makes sense.

       
  4. Peter Blood

    November 22, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    Bloomington is a college town, so it’s occupied territory.

    Think they were triggered with the old names? It’ll be worse for them when we change these days back.

     
    • feeriker

      November 23, 2016 at 1:12 am

      Bloomington is a college town, so it’s occupied territory.

      New fantasy thought exercise: describe what will become of college towns (i.e., towns whose economies revolve around/depend on institutions of higher indoctrination) if the colleges that are their lifeblood are shut down. You can also substitute “leechburg” (i.e., a town that centers around a military installation) for “college town.”

       
      • Peter Blood

        November 23, 2016 at 1:14 am

        I have more sympathy for prostitutes put out of work in a leechburg than for academics in a college.

         

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